There are many different types of microphones available to record interviews. In this article, I am going to try and help you choose which microphone is best for you and your needs.

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When it comes to recording interviews, the best microphone depends greatly on the situation and the purpose of the interview. There are many different types of microphones that can be used for different purposes. I will be talking about some of the most basic microphones and what you can expect from them.

What do you need a microphone for? If you ask people, they’re going to tell you that it helps them sound better at interviews and meetings. But what happens when you get an actual job and have to use the microphone in an office environment?

It’s a common practice when conducting interviews to have the interviewer and interviewee face to face. While that’s a great way to ensure the best possible communication, it is also very inconvenient for both parties. Having an excellent microphone can help solve that problem by enabling you to record your voice over video.

Imagine you are in the middle of an interview and your microphone cut out. What would you do? It’s a good question, so let’s find out.

How long has there been a need for a microphone suitable to interview someone? Longer than you might think.

It commenced with radio in the early 1920s and what was known as ‘televisual’ in the late 1920s. For these outside broadcasts to be more entertaining, there was something missing. Sound. A microphone was needed. Options were limited, but today technology has raced on. Now we have many options when choosing the best interview microphones.

The first outside broadcast using a microphone was the recording of birdsong in 1923. ‘The Song of the Nightingale.’ Listeners heard the Nightingale singing away. They also heard the sound of flies buzzing around the mic. As an extra encore, they also got rabbits chewing the wires. It sounds like something out of Monty Python.

A royal affair…

The first major Outside Broadcast where the microphone came of age in some respects was in May 1937, for the Coronation of George VI and Elizabeth in London. They have followed the evolution of improvement since.

We are not going to pursue the historical aspects further. Suffice to say, we have now reached a place where microphone technology is very good. So good in fact we can’t even hear the rabbits anymore. Unless you want to, of course. They are nice for wildlife programs but not so hot on the old interview front.

1 Rode Reporter Omnidirectional Dynamic Interview Microphone

The Rode Reporter is an excellent mic for voice recordings and for presentations. It is built to be a great performer as a handheld mic and has an omnidirectional pattern. Rode has gone even further with this mic and have designed the frequency response to be perfect for the spoken voice.

As a mic for interviewing, one of its great assets is the omnidirectional pattern. This means the mic records the sound equally from all angles, which is perfect for the interview. Being a dynamic mic, it provides a very accurate range, which will reduce any unwanted background noise. This is created by the moving coil design, which gives you that short-range focus.

Practical and versatile…

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Rode has created a mic that is great for ENG and broadcasting, For podcasts, interviews, and even presentations.

Its physical design also lends itself to its purpose. The long slender shape allows the mic to be pointed at a sound source if necessary. It’s tough build, and wire mesh basket is protective. The wire mesh acts as a screen against wind and other weather activity.

Perfectly matches in…

It has a very understated look helped by its matte black finish. Always a good thing, especially for microphones involved in visual interviews. It comes with a zip case and an attachable flag to display your logo.

Our rating:4.4 out of 5 stars (4.4 / 5)



  • Well made with good design for recording speech.
  • Affordable price.


  • None.

2 Electro-Voice RE50/B Omnidirectional Dynamic Microphone

The RE50B mic from Electro-Voice is a well-known and respected microphone. Seen in many places being used for outside broadcast interviews, it has a design that makes it fit for purpose.

It is a dynamic microphone with an omnidirectional pattern. This makes it perfect for collecting the sound source for a range of angles equally. The capture of the sound is then very consistent, especially in situations where it must be handheld.

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It has a tough metal build and wire mesh grille with a four-stage pop filter built-in. This is very effective in eliminating any wind noise and even user plosives. Both very important design features for a mic of this type. Being dynamic, it has no need for phantom power, and there is no battery required.

Let’s return to its handheld suitability. If you are using a mic in the field, then it has to be tough and able to withstand weather conditions, of course. But what it also needs is low handling noise. If there is excess noise made when holding the mic, the sound capture could be ruined. The Electro-Voice RE50/B has the Dyna-Damp internal shock mount as standard. This reduces the amount of handling noise to almost nil.

Great for news broadcasts…

As an outside broadcast mic, this is one of the leaders in the field and has to be considered as one of the highest quality interview microphones around. The microphone is excellent for gathering the news. The reduction in handling noise and the effective built-in pop filter make it excellent for its purpose. And its rugged build means it is going to last the pace.

It comes with a mic stand adapter.

A little more expensive than some, but it is easily one of the best quality microphones we are reviewing, so you might expect that.

Our rating:4.8 out of 5 stars (4.8 / 5)



  • Tough build with an excellent built-in pop filter.
  • The built-in shock mount system reduces handheld noise.


  • It might be expensive for some.

3 Sennheiser MD 46 Cardioid Interview Microphone

Over we go now to one of the most notable manufacturers of microphones. From Germany comes Sennheiser. The MD46 is a mic that is built with one function in mind – outside broadcast interviewing.

It has a very strong all-metal body with a double layer of wire mesh on the grille. This makes the mic fit for use in bad weather and able to take a few knocks. It was developed by Sennheiser for NBC and specifically for outside broadcasts at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney. With such a pedigree, it is easily considered as one of the Best Sports Coverage Interview Microphones around.

Perfectly balanced…

Sennheiser has played particular attention to the vocal sound. And it features a very good high-frequency response, a warm sounding low end, and a clean and uncluttered mid-range. It also has excellent rejection of off-axis sound, and has been designed with a long handle that will aid balance when in use.

It features a cardioid capsule that focuses more on the subject. In use, this means that you have to aim the microphone at the sound source, the speaker. And if you’ve seen this mic on TV, you have probably noticed an interviewer changing the position of the mic during the interview to aim at the speaker. Pointing the mic at the source focuses on the subject. Other noise is therefore excluded.

Expensive, but it is used by the pros…

It comes in a little bit pricey. But the cost is justified if you want a mic that is tough with superior sound quality. And if it’s good enough for NBC to cover the Olympics, it probably good enough for your needs as well.

Our rating:5 out of 5 stars (5 / 5)



  • Strong design with solid features for outdoor use.
  • Excellent sound reproduction.


  • You may prefer an omnidirectional pattern for all around sound?
  • Some might think it expensive.

4 Shure VP64A Omnidirectional Handheld Microphone

From Sennheiser to Shure. Almost like a tour of the best microphone manufacturers in the world. This Shure is another quality product from their extensive catalog. After all, where you find quality microphones, you will find Shure somewhere.

The VP64A is an omnidirectional microphone that is designed to be handheld. It is specifically for audio recording and video production. And it has a higher output than most courtesy of a neodymium magnet. Being Omni, it will pick up a certain amount of ambient sound. However, that can be an advantage if it is being used to interview someone who is inexperienced.

Great for wanderers…

Unless interviewees are experienced, they can ‘wander’ around a bit with their head movements. Microphones that are highly focused on the sound source can then cause problems of volume loss or even dropouts. With this mic, the sound capture range is a bit wider, so you are assured of getting at least some audio wherever the interviewee ends up.

Handling noise is reduced by an isolation mount made from rubber. Not eliminated completely, of course, but it certainly reduces it enough that it won’t be noticeable if handled carefully. The rubber also adds to the rugged build.

Built to last…

Having a tough build is what Shure microphones are well-known for. This is a good example. The build is metal with a rugged mesh grille that is water-resistant. It will, therefore, handle some quite bad weather conditions. For outside use, a foam windshield is provided to further reduce the impact of wind.

The design is quite plain and understated. The last thing professionals want is a microphone that draws the attention away from the person interviewed or what is being said.

Crystal clear…

The frequency response has been designed to favor speech and offer crystal clear quality. And, as you have probably guessed, the reproduced sound is excellent. That is what Shure microphones do.

Connections are via XLR cables. Being a dynamic mic, it does not need phantom power. It comes with the foam windshield we mentioned and a mic stand adapter. A great price point makes this a very good cost-effective high performing mic.

Our rating:4.2 out of 5 stars (4.2 / 5)



  • Good strong build with a wide sound capture range.
  • Excellent price point for a quality mic.


  • Not supplied with an XLR cable.

5 Rode RODELink Newsshooter Kit

This is really a complete package designed for vloggers and do-it-yourself reporters. As such, it contains most of what you need to get started in wireless interviewing.

It includes a transmitter and a camera mount receiver, however, there is no microphone supplied with this system. You attach one of your choice to the transmitter via the XLR connector, and then you have wireless access wherever you need it, directly to your camera.

Plug and play…

The XLR connector also gives you phantom power if you choose to use a condenser mic. This package will operate in any location in the world that is in the 2.4GHz spectrum. The transmitter and the receiver are paired up in advance, so you simply need to plug in and off you go.

It has a metal chassis but also some plastic parts, and some areas are given a rubberized protective coating. The transmitters attach to any microphone, be they condenser or dynamic, as long as they have an XLR connection. It has built-in controls for gain and mute, as well as using phantom power and controlling headphone volume.

Easy viewing…

It comes with a leather case. The case means it can be used as a belt pack unit. Used in this way, the design allows you to see the screen and use the controls.

It is a unit for specific activities, and in that case, its uses are rather limited. However, it is very expensive, especially considering it does not actually come with a microphone. But that said, if you want to convert a high quality wired microphone to an effortless wireless solution, it is a great choice. And cheaper than buying a high-end wireless set up.

Our rating:4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)



  • Some good features for working with video for vloggers.
  • Robust build quality.


  • Very expensive, which will put many off.

6 Sennheiser MKH416-P48U3 Super-Cardioid Shotgun Tube Condenser Microphone

So far, we have looked at some cost-effective options with varying attributes. But now we go a little higher up the performance scale with the Sennheiser MKH416-P48U3. This is a microphone designed to deliver professional performance.

It is a shotgun microphone, which means it needs to be pointed straight at the sound source. And produces ‘mix ready’ sound courtesy of its low-noise profile and powerful output.

It is a bit of a chameleon in that it can transition its own polar pattern. For mid and low range frequencies, it operates as a hyper-cardioid polar pattern mic. But for the higher frequencies, it reverts to a lobar pattern. It will, therefore, reduce from 125Hz to 2 Hz by about 10dB at a position of 90% off-axis points.

Very impressive stats…

The wide frequency response and high SPL allows you to record using full dynamics. It has a frequency response of 40 Hz to 20 kHz and has bass-roll off to eliminate any rumble. A low self-noise reading of 13dBA and its high sensitivity reduces the need for adjustment of the gain in post-production.

It is protected against moisture and inclement weather by its design and the materials used in its construction. You will, therefore, be able to record a high-quality level in poor weather conditions. It is compatible with most recorders and mixers with its 3-pin XLR output but will require phantom power.

Windy day? No problem…

Its metal casing features a matte black finish and has been designed to not be distracting. And there is a foam windshield provided to remove any unwanted wind sounds.

However, if you intend to use it in very extreme conditions, then it might be worth considering using a furry windshield, often affectionately referred to as a ‘dead cat’ in the industry. This is available as an optional extra, and no animal is harmed in their making, honestly!

Quality comes at a cost…

This is a high-quality microphone that delivers a professional level of sound. But, it certainly isn’t really designed for the hobbyist. The price point, as might be expected, is rather high. But for the quality it gives is about right.

Our rating:4.9 out of 5 stars (4.9 / 5)



  • A high-level mic that operates at a professional level.
  • Excellent build quality with superb built-in features and specifications.


  • Just the price, which will preclude some.

7 Rode NTG4+ Supercardioid Condenser Shotgun Microphone

This NTG4+ is a step up from the NTG2 microphone, which has a solid reputation. It is a new design condenser mic with low noise and a high level of sensitivity. It has a supercardioid pattern. Also, it includes a built-in equalizer and level control, which is something you won’t see very often.

It also has a power source that is built-in. It is a lithium battery that gives over 150 hours of operation and can be charged easily via USB. Charging time is two hours when you eventually need it using the supplied micro USB cable. It can be charged via a power brick, your computer, or even your car.

Rugged design…

The microphone also has controls for a high-frequency boost and a high pass filter on the body of the mic. And it will remember your settings the next time you use it after having turned it off. It is a slim all-metal design that is both stable and rugged.

It is a shotgun design, so it is very focused, with a tight pickup pattern. This makes it perfect for recording speech, doing interviews, etc. It is, though, built to Rode’s high standards, which this Australian company has a reputation for.

A quality mic with some good features. Not cheap, but the price point does reflect the quality of the mic.

Our rating:4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)



  • Strong Rode build with some good features built-in.
  • In-built battery with charging facilities.


  • Mic length could be awkward in some circumstances.

8 Audio-Technica AT4053B Hypercardioid Condenser Microphone

We have had the good fortune of reviewing many products from this Japanese audio manufacturer. And have always been very impressed with the quality as well as the cost-effectiveness of what they produce. What we have seen before, especially with their microphones though, has always been middle to budget range.

But, now we have the opportunity to take a look at one of their high-end products, the Audio-Technica AT4053B Condenser Microphone.

A very special microphone…

It doesn’t take long to realize that this is going to be in the running as one of the Best Interview Microphones around. This is a very special microphone.

It is a shotgun condenser microphone with a hyper-cardioid pattern. This pattern isolates the source and reduces any unwanted external sound to an absolute minimum. This allows much more isolation than the Cardioid pattern, which only removes the sound from the sides of the sound source.

Careful with the set up…

It has a switchable high pass filter, and a -10dB pad accommodates louder sounds. There are no transformers in the circuitry, which reduces the low-frequencies. It is a very sensitive mic, as all quality microphones are. And will, therefore, need to be set up correctly.

It has a very sleek and understated design. It looks as classy as it sounds. Being a condenser mic, it will require 48v phantom power. It is supplied with a clamp and a carrying case.

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This is an exceptional mic that gives professional sound reproduction. And at the price point, it represents great value because of its quality, even though you could not consider it cheap.

If you are looking for a mic to give you professional-level recording, this could be the one.

Our rating:4.8 out of 5 stars (4.8 / 5)



  • Nice design, well-made with excellent features.
  • A great pro sound at an affordable price.


  • None.

9 Rode VideoMic Pro + Compact Directional On-Camera Shotgun Condenser Microphone

The Rode VideoMic Pro is a microphone specially designed for working with outside broadcast speech and sounds. It is principally a mic designed to work with camcorders or DSLR cameras.

It has a super-cardioid polar pattern, which makes it suitable for capturing sound from the target source. In doing so, it will eliminate any surrounding ambient noise. As with all Rode microphones, its self-noise is very low, so you can achieve broadcast-quality reproduction.

Reduced handling noise…

It has a built-in shock mounting system that will reduce any handling noise or rumble to make sure your recordings are as clean as they can be. And an integrated foam windscreen is included to help cope with localized external noise such as wind or other weather sounds.

It has a high pass filter and level control with three positions which are situated on the back of the mic, making them easily adjustable. Level settings will add some gain as required and vary from-10dB for louder sounds, to a +20dB boost when needed.

Lightweight and compact…

It will connect to a camera through the 3.5mm jack socket. It is lightweight and very compact and is therefore easy to use and carry around with you. You should get about 70 hours of use from the 9v battery.

It is a mic that will work best when it is near to the target sound source, and it will produce very good results. It is set at a reasonable price point.

Our rating:4.4 out of 5 stars (4.4 / 5)



  • It is well made and quite sturdy.
  • Easy to use.
  • Long battery life at an affordable price.


  • Won’t be so good recording the source from a distance.

10 Shure VP83F LensHopper Camera-Mounted Condenser Microphone

The VP83F from Shure is designed to be mounted on and works with DSLR cameras and camcorders. It has a super-cardioid/lobar pattern that is highly directional. Off-axis sounds are reduced to a minimum, which allows the mic to concentrate on the target source.

The audio recording is made to MicroSDHC cards. These will support up to 32GB of data and are 24-bit/48kHz.WAV files.

Good vibrations? Goodbye…

One of the issues with handheld microphones is the amount of handling noise. Shure have solved this with a built-in Rycote Lyre shock system to reduce any vibrations or other noises occurring from the operation of the camera.

Recording in various environments also can bring its own set of problems. To compensate, Shure has installed a low-cut filter and a 60dB gain range, which can be adjusted in increments of 1dB. This gives you precise control of the finished recording.

Built for the road…

It is constructed with traditional Shure strength. Known for their tough, rugged designs, this mic is a good example of the ‘road-ready’ equipment they manufacture. But, despite the metal construction, it is still a lightweight microphone weighing just over one pound.

It is fitted with a foam windscreen to help to reduce external noises. In very windy conditions, you might need a muff. But this is an issue that will apply to virtually all such microphones.

A quality, affordable option…

It is easy to use with its one-button recording operation. And also has a backlit LCD screen, which will display the menus and operational status.

It runs on two AA batteries, which should give you about ten hours of use. It is set at a reasonable price point, which makes it an attractive buy for those wanting a microphone that links up with a camera.

Our rating:4.4 out of 5 stars (4.4 / 5)



  • Good sturdy Shure construction.
  • Easy to use.


  • It might be rather limited for some in its applications.

11 Sony ECM77B Electret Condenser Lavalier Microphone

The Sony ECM77B Electret is a condenser mic that has an omnidirectional pattern. Being a Lavalier mic, its job is to produce a very good vocal sound reproduction. But it also needs other assets.

First, it needs to be as inconspicuous as possible…

You do not want people focusing on a mic that has been designed to attract attention. Secondly, it needs to be as small as it can reasonably be made. After all, it does need to clip on the person being interviewed. It won’t help if that person is constantly aware of the mic attached to them. This mic passes both of those tests admirably.

Lavalier mics have advantages in the interviewing environment. One of these is that there are no handling problems from someone holding a mic. But they also need to be able to handle any noise that occurs from the clothes of the person it is attached to. With the Sony ECM77B Electret, the dynamics of the mic are well-designed and tend to exclude those unwanted noises. It also has a windscreen that will assist in relieving any external interference.

As used on TV…

This mic is often seen on TV during professional interviews, as the tone qualities and frequency responses are excellent.

The quality of the build is very much Sony in that it is sturdy and reliable and has a quality about it. This Lavalier has been on the market for a few years now. That in itself is a testament to its quality that it is still popular.

If a Lavalier is what you will need, then this is an excellent option. Being one of Sony’s better known higher-end products, it is made in Japan. In many respects, it is the industry standard, so if you want the same quality as you see and HEAR on TV, then this is the microphone for you.

Our rating:4.7 out of 5 stars (4.7 / 5)



  • A well-made quality Lavalier mic with a big reputation.
  • Good reproduction and very lightweight.


  • Some might think it expensive.

12 Rode smartLav+ Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone

Back to Rode one more time for a microphone with rather a specialized use. This lavalier is designed to work in conjunction with your iPhone or Android device.

It is a high-quality condenser mic that has an omnidirectional polar pattern. The microphone itself is very discreet and is very understated in its design. It connects to your device using a kevlar cable. The TRRS connection is sleeved.

Solid connection…

On location, there is always an amount of external noise. This cannot really be avoided most of the time. To reduce that, it is fitted with a pop shield. This foam shield will reduce any wind noise and plosives from the subject. The clip to attach to the subject is strong, and it comes with a small pouch for storage when not in use.

The sound is very good and clearly designed for podcasts, voice-overs, etc. But considering how good the audio quality is these days on smartphones, in fact, it could be used for just about anything.

Superb for head shakers…

Being omnidirectional is especially suitable for working with inexperienced interviewees, or even interviewers, for that matter. Basically, anyone who tends to move their head around a bit. This can often cause problems with keeping the target within range. This pattern ensures that the surrounding sound is also picked up. A few head movements are not going to affect the results.

Also included is a Rode app that you can download that gives you some options with regard to editing, etc.

For those looking for a Lavalier to work with their devices, this is a good option. However, we should just mention that it is always worth checking that your phone or device is compatible.

Our rating:4.2 out of 5 stars (4.2 / 5)



  • It has a good range of sound capture.
  • Noise reduction facilities are built-in.


  • Some may think it is rather limited in its applications.

So Many Microphones, So Many Choices

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So, What Are The Best Interview Microphones?

It is probably better to rephrase that as what is the best for you?

There are a number of options that will influence what you choose. At what level do you operate? At the pro levels, you are going to need a mic that performs at the high-end. The price will also be high, of course, but do you need that level of performance? If so, there are some mics on our list to choose from.

Maybe you need it for simpler assignments. Perhaps podcasts, Youtube videos, or news blogs? If you create these, the quality is still important, but not as high as it might be working for a professional newsgroup. Again, there are plenty to choose from in the mid-price range.

Or the hands-free option…

Finally, in the world of one-to-one interviews, many people prefer Lavalier microphones as they are less obtrusive, and the interview becomes ‘hands-free.’ Two excellent choices have been included here as well.

The location will, of course, have an impact. If you are going to work predominantly outside, you will need a mic that can cope. If it also needs to be attached to a camera, we have seen some examples.

The budget is difficult to assess. It will depend on your applications. But there are plenty of good microphones out there.

But if we had to choose one to use, it would be the…Sennheiser MD 46 Cardioid Interview Microphone.

A very good professional microphone at a very good price. Our choice as one of the Best Microphone for Interviews currently available.

Best mic for group interview

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The best handheld microphone for group interviews is easy to use, sturdy, and affordable. It’s also great for virtual interviews with Skype or Google Hangouts. And unlike some other mics on the market, this one can be used in multiple situations without any problems.

Best Handheld Microphone for Interviews

This best handheld mic for interviews in solaroidenergy with a variety of options to choose from. At the top of our list, a dynamic microphone is considered by many to be the best option. It’s a little more expensive than a condenser mic, but it does not require phantom power and does not pick up background noises as easily. For example, if you’re recording audio indoors or outdoors and want to capture as much nuance and detail as possible, then this could be the right choice for you.

If you are looking for a handheld microphone with adjustable features, great sound, and superior recording capabilities, the Shure PG48-BK is a solid choice! The PG series mics have been popular for many years because of their durable design and excellent performance.

List of the best wireless microphone for interviews

We review the best wireless microphone for interviews in a list that covers all of the, we interview some of our biggest fans who share their experiences with microphone. Also, we monitor what our customers have to say about these wireless microphones for their interviews so that we can write this helpful wireless microphone reviews.

1. Shure BLX2/PG58

Feel like a star with the Shure BLX2/PG58 wireless microphone. This microphone delivers crystal clear audio wirelessly, no matter where you perform. Professionals can rely on this microphone; Shure has specifically designed it for live performance and studio recording.

It features a tailored sound response and a built-in spherical filter, so whether you’re rocking out or giving speeches, this microphone will work for you. The filter will also keep background noise at bay, making it a great choice if you’re performing outside on a cold and windy day.

Its rugged, heavy-duty construction makes it perfect for indoor and outdoor use. Don’t worry about accidentally dropping this microphone – it’ll still work like magic, thanks to its shock-mount system. And despite the rugged design, it still looks sleek and stylish and will fit comfortably in your hand.

2. Sennheiser Pro Audio

The Sennheiser Pro Audio is a portable microphone you can take just about anywhere thanks to its all-in-one wireless system. This microphone is best for journalists; the high flexibility makes it perfect for interviews, mobile journalism, and documentary use.

This Sennheiser model prides itself on a fast setup time, so if you’re out in the field and need to get a snap interview done, this microphone will see you through without a hitch.

This dynamic microphone offers a range of up to 330 feet (or 100 meters) and ensures powerful wireless transmission. In addition, it features a lengthy operation time of eight hours to meet all your interviewing needs. So if you have a long day of interviews ahead of you, it won’t let you down.

The construction and sound quality of this microphone are excellent. Sennheiser really has made a model to rely on.

3. Audio-Technica System 10 ATW-1102

Another awesome option is this system set-up from Audio-Technica. It is sold as a full system at a reasonable price, which offers high digital fidelity to provide a user friendly 24 bit/48KHz operating set-up.

It functions within a completely separate range than TV and DTV interfaces so it can maintain a signal that is free of any interference

It has an instantaneous channel selection feature, all receivers and transmitters display an easy to read unique identity. They utilize Time Diversity and Space Diversity to maximize signal integrity and can configure multiple pathways simultaneously.

4. Shure PGXD24/SM58-X8

We began todays reviews with an exemplary wireless microphone model from Shure – their legendary SM58, this is a full system version as opposed to the just the microphone itself.

The handheld system features one of their most current cutting edge 24 bit/48KHz receivers with a clean RF signal, it capably receives transmissions within an 80-meter field range and provides 5 channels per frequency band to choose from.

The wireless S58 microphone is perfectly tailored for vocals and known for its bright mid-range frequency response and bass roll-off. It functions in a unidirectional manner with its cardioid magnetic field.

It is expertly crafted, very durable and incorporates a built-in ‘pop’ filter as previously divulged in our first review.

5. Shure BLX288/PG5

Now for a sneak peak at the next step up in Shures extensive wireless range. It is a dual-channel handheld wireless BLX288 system with an integrated PG58 Mic cartridge. It sells with not one, but two wireless SM58 premium quality vocal microphones. They are newer models which have been updated to a more industrial design with rugged metallic finished grilles.

They come with an XLR and quarter-inch jack outputs, making them more versatile. It is precision engineered and is solidly built to deliver professional quality, world-renowned sound.

They have an excellent operating range of 91 meters and broadcast on a 24 MHz bandwidth. It benefits from one-touch QuickScan frequency selection, which locates and allocates optimally available channels to prevent interference. It features two color audio status indicators which serve as a good visual during live performances and the batteries last for around 14 hours.

6. Sony ECMAW4

If a traditional handheld wireless system just isn’t what you’re looking for you may be swayed by this Sony clip-on communication set.

It is an affordably priced discreet clip-on mic and receiver it is ideal for field use with a camera. It can provide interference-free high quality, interactive two-way communication. I can be used up to 150 feet away from the camcorder.

It provides a pristine line for clear vocals direct and noise canceling. It comes with a range of attachment options including an armband and over ear hangers for the earphone parts, all cables and a hand carry a purse for storage.

It operates on a modern Bluetooth bandwidth and has several channels to choose between.


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